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Publisher Electronic Arts held a major presentation today at Germany’s Gamescom industry event, showing off nearly all of its big titles that are currently in the works. That includes big games like first-person shooter Titanfall, BioWare’s role-playing game Dragon Age 3: Inquisition, and popular casual game The Sims 4.
We’ve gathered up all of the new videos and trailers and included them below for you to examine at your leisure.
Electronic Arts looks like it has a winner on its hands with developer Respawn Entertainment’s Titanfall. The futurisitc first-person shooter looks frenetic and cinematic. Titanfall isn’t due out until 2014, but that’s not stopping it from stealing all of the buzz at any show it appears at.
Need for Speed: Rivals
This is the latest in EA’s long-running racing franchise. It is the follow-up to Criterion’s Need for Speed: Most Wanted reboot. It will have players racing around in an open world and avoiding the police.
Dragon Age 3: Inquisition
The next game in BioWare’s fantasy role-playing series. The developer is promising that the title will feature at least one dragon.
Developer DICE’s first-person shooter is also looking amazing. It is due out Oct. 29 for current-gen consoles and PC. It’ll follow on next-gen consoles when they launch later this fall.
Battlefield 4 Premium
DICE’s membership-pass for all of Battlefield 4’s downloadable content also includes some neat bonus features.
EA Sports biggest European game naturally made a big splash with the crowd at Gamescom.
The Sims 4
EA’s beloved life simulator finally gets an announcement trailer, even though the publisher confirmed it was working on the title months ago.
Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare
The Xbox One-only shooter (at least at first) will give players the chance to play as the zombies and the zombie bosses.